CCS Expands Operations with New Bakken Acquisition

CCS Corporation continues to expand into the United States with the acquisition of KT Hot Oil Company (KT) of Watford City, North Dakota. This is the company's second acquisition this month in the attractive Bakken region shale play and third in the United States. Financial details were not disclosed.

"KT is a well-respected organization with a long history of providing safe and reliable solutions in the basin," said John Gibson, CCS Corporation Chief Executive Officer. "This acquisition will add significant value to our current Bakken operations and builds on CCS's commitment to providing innovative energy and environmental solutions to the oil and gas industry."

KT was founded in 1995 and operates in four key segments: frac water heating, hot oiler services, fluid hauling and salt water disposal wells.

"We are very happy to join the CCS family," said Kent Norbeck, President of KT Hot Oil Company. "I feel the CCS high-performance culture matches well with KT and that we will continue offering our customers with the highest quality services."

KT's 53 employees will join the CCS team and operate under the CCS brand.

Today's acquisition of KT, in addition to last week's purchase announcement of Venture Oilfield Service Inc., further strengthens CCS Corporation's position as one of the leading providers of frac water heating and hot oil services in North Dakota.